UN Climate Change Conference head lauds Pakistan’s bold steps against climate change challenges
ISLAMABAD - *United Nations Climate Change Conference head lauds Pakistan’s bold steps against climate changes challenges.*
Talking to Advisor to Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam, she said steps link taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Government of Pakistan regarding environmental challenges are inspiring.
The UN Climate Executive Secretary said the billion tree program of Pakistan will also play an important role to overcome the impacts of environmental challenge and Pakistan will play a leadership role in the future.
Talking to journalists in Multan, Zartaj Gul said that the PTI-led government will leave no stone unturned in reducing the effects of environmental challenges on the agriculture sector in the country.
The minister said that the government banned brick kilns in six zones and steel factories of Wagah to tackle smog threat.
She maintained that brick kilns will be shifted to zigzag technology and the government would provide proper training and loans to the owners of the kilns.
Zartaj further said that an awareness campaign will be launched against the use of polythene bags across the country.